Synopsys Users Group (SNUG)


Global Venues


5 World Wide Locations


28 March 2011 - 29 October 2011



Join more than 2,000 of your fellow Synopsys technology users for Silicon Valley’s largest technical conference. SNUG features an outstanding program that is focused on delivering practical information you can immediately apply to your current project or use to jumpstart your next design.


Come visit ARM at SNUG 2011 and learn how ARM is enabling chip designers to continuously innovate using our integrated silicon-proven ARM processor, System and Physical IP. The ARM system solution is tuned for optimal power and performance management while reducing your time –to –market development schedule.

As the consumer demand for feature rich electronic devices continue to push the envelope of performance and power, semiconductor and electronics companies face growing design challenges. These include addressing the complexity of integrating hardware and software in advanced SoCs in a timely and cost effective manner.

Solving these challenges requires a design collaboration from the leading companies of the design chain including foundries, processor architecture, tools, software and third party IP providers. ARM has established strategic design engagements with these leading companies to enable rapid development of low-power, high performance SoCs.

ARM provides a silicon-proven system design platform that integrates advanced processor (CPU and GPU) System and Physical IP tuned to a specific manufacturing process and supported by the largest eco-system of partners in the industry. This holistic design solution provides proven design advantages and reduces your overall time –to-market design cycle.

Come by our booths 602 and 702, located in the Exhibition Hall, at SNUG to learn how ARM is enabling chip designers to continuous innovate within tighter power, performance and area envelopes while maintaining a competitive time to market advantage.

Register Today by visiting SNUGs registration site.


ARM will be participating at the following locations:

China in August 22

Hsinchu, Taiwan in August 24-25 Call for Papers is now open

Tokyo, Japan in September 7

Austin, TX on October 3


Visit the SNUG page for detailed information


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